In the world of boutique race bikes, Kramer is enjoying a tremendous amount of success – and the love of some of my buddies including Troy Siahaan at Motorcycle.com and Jensen Beeler at Asphalt & Rubber. The one sentence difference between Kramer’s offerings is that the S is for trackdays and the R is for racing. Here’s one of the latter.
The R uses a KTM 690 motor (with the dual counterbalancers, thankfully) that’s good for 80 horsepower, and the bike weighs just 276 pounds! Brand new, the machine was $22,500, and the standard features include dual 290mm front brake discs, upgraded WP suspension, and a quickshifter.
This example comes with two sets of carbon fiber wheels and a set of “full spares” including rear sets, handlebars, gearing, and springs. The seller says that he rode it in the LRRS series and that it would make for a “great track day bike as well.”
Find this Kramer for sale in Londonderry, New Hampshire for $22,000 here on Craigslist.